Wikluh Sky

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Wikluh Sky
Wikluh Sky (right) wearing faux-grills at the filming of the Ostrugale pete video from Ajs Nigrutin's second album
Background information
Birth nameĐorđe Miljenović
Born (1980-12-10) 10 December 1980 (age 39)
Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia
OriginBelgrade, Serbia
GenresHip hop, ragga, rock, dubstep
Years active1996 – present
Associated actsBad Copy, Shappa, Marčelo, Ana Stanic, Who See, Sara Jovanovic, Gru, Šaban Bajramović

Đorđe Miljenović (Serbian Cyrillic: Ђорђе Миљеновић; born 10 December 1980) better known by his stage name Wikluh Sky (Serbian: Виклер Скаj, Vikler Skaj) is a Serbian musician, rapper, and producer.

Best known for being a member of Bad Copy hip-hop trio, he is also a part of Marčelo's accompanying Filter Crew, and raggamuffin group/project Shappa. In addition to participating in all of the above groups and projects, Wikluh Sky maintains a solo career as well.


Music career[edit]

He graduated from musical high school, additionally completed two years of Belgrade Music Academy before dropping out. After taking part in various hip-hop related endeavours, he lately started branching out into different kinds of music exemplified in Frank Zappaesque rock-opera called Zagađenje u Japanu ("Pollution in Japan"), which was his first release under his birth name. He played most of the instruments on that album.

His second solo album Ortaci ne znaju ("Homies Don't Know") was released in November 2007.

In 2007, he wrote and produced several tracks on Ana Stanić's album Sudar[1] that came out in March 2008. Also in early 2008 Wikluh Sky recorded a song called "Lova" with Šaban Bajramović for the TV series Vratiće se rode.

In 2009, he produced the S.A.R.S.' debut album.[2] He also wrote the music and lyrics of the song "Pazi šta radiš" that was performed by Tijana Bogićević at Beovizija 2009.

In 2010, he has composed for the 2010 movie A Serbian Film, and has produced, alongside Dalibor Andonov Gru, the Mika K. single Bistra voda.

He has received five Serbian Oscars of Popularity.[3] He has received the E-Oscar in 2009, for Best Hip-Hop Performer in 2015, and for Best Hip-Hop album three times, for Krigle in 2013, for Do kraja sveta in 2013, and for Amovi in 2017.[4] His most recent single, titled Zima was released on 6 December 2018.[5]

Other media[edit]

Since early 2008, Wikluh has become a staple in Eastern European reality television.[6] In March 2008, he appeared as contestant on Veliki brat VIP, which further raised his public profile. In late 2008, he again appeared in another TV production of Emotion company - Operacija trijumf. Wikluh has been the host of the 2015 edition of Veliki brat, alongside Antonija Blaće.[7]

In 2013, he was one of the contestants in the first season of the Serbian version of Your Face Sounds Familiar. He placed 8th in the finals as Uroš Đurić from the cult Serbian film Mi nismo andjeli alongside Ivan Ivanović, although Miljenović was a public favourite with acts imitating Marija Šerifović, Parni Valjak, Ewan McGregor in Moulin Rouge, Dino Dvornik and many more.[8] He also imitated his close friends Dalibor Andonov Gru and Šaban Bajramović in the show.

Other than his eminent roles in reality television, Wikluh has also done cameos roles in high-profile Balkan films, with cameos in A Serbian Film, When I Grow Up, I'll Be a Kangaroo and Monument to Michael Jackson, and has done voice work for animated films, including the Serbian dub of Sid the Sloth in the Serbian Ice Age franchise[9][10], Tommy in Horton Hears a Who![11], Murray the Mummy in the Hotel Transylvania film series[12] and Humpty Dumpty in Puss in Boots.[13]


Date of Release Title Label
2003 Sve sami hedovi (with Bad Copy) One Records
2004 Zašto brate Vikler One Records
2005 Shappa Ammonite Records
2006 Zagađenje u Japanu Multimedia/Universal
2006 Najgori do sada (with Bad Copy) Prohibicija
2007 Ortaci ne znaju Multimedia/Universal
2013 Do kraja sveta, vol. 1 (with DJ Rahmanee) MTV Download
2013 Krigle (with Bad Copy) Mascom
2017 Amovi (Solo album) Mascom
2017 Sam pao, sam se ubio (Solo album) Mascom
2019 Pola paketića iznenađenja (with various artists) Mascom
2019 Treći svetski rat (with META) Aristokrat Muzik

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Result
2009 Serbian Oscar Of Popularity E-Oscar Won
2012 Indexi Award Best hip-hop performer Won
2013 Serbian Oscar Of Popularity Best Hip-hop single Won
2014 Serbian Oscar Of Popularity Best Hip-hop album Won
2015 Serbian Oscar Of Popularity Best Hip-hop Performer Won
2017 Serbian Oscar Of Popularity Best Hip-hop album Won


  1. ^ Novi album Ane Stanić
  2. ^ S.A.R.S. nadomak debija, Popboks.com, January 30, 2009
  3. ^ Sky Wikluh: 'Iza neozbiljnog lica krije se brižan otac
  4. ^ Sky Wikluh povratak sa singlom Zima
  5. ^ Sky Wikluh povratak sa singlom Zima
  6. ^ Sky Wikluh: Stalno motam duvan i džointe, zato mi je prst žut
  7. ^ Antonija Blaće i Sky Wikluh bit će voditeljski par Big Brothera
  8. ^ https://www.pulsonline.rs/puls-poznatih/tvoje-lice-zvuci-poznato-uzivo-ana-kokic-pobednica-foto/3yc4c8v
  9. ^ International Dubbings Sky Wikluh, Dalibor Andonov, Nebojsa Milovanovic, Katarina Zutic, Ivan Jevtovic, Branislav Lecic
  10. ^ "MAJSTORI SINHRONIZACIJE: Ko se krije iza Duška Dugouška, Šilje, Popaja, Sunđera Boba? (FOTO) (VIDEO)". www.telegraf.rs.
  11. ^ Vikler se pridružuje ekipi Hortona
  12. ^ Dragan Micanovic, Aleksandar Kecman, Dragana Micalovic, Ognjen Amidzic, Marko Markovic, Milan Antonic, Gordan Kicic, Sky Wikluh i Nikola Duricko glume u Hotelu Transilvanije (in Serbian)
  13. ^ Sky Wikluh u duetu sa samim sobom na novom albumu "Pola paketića"

External links[edit]

New title Serbian Oscar Of Popularity
E-Oscar (for modern music)

Succeeded by
Zemlja Gruva